News You Might Have Missed – September 14 - HighGround


News You Might Have Missed – September 14

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Check out a few of the recent stories that caught our eye as well as HR industry news you might have missed.

You Can Run But You Can’t Hide From Your Company Culture

Whether you want to admit it or not, candidates can sense if something’s “off” with your company during the interview process. Ask yourselves these questions to find out if your culture might make prospective employees run for the door.

The 7 Emojis of Change Management

Change management can be an emotional process. Here are seven emojis that can explain how your workforce might respond.

Thinking Clearly About Your Company’s Purpose

What are the two Ps that drive most entrepreneurs and can help define your company’s mission?

What Famous Quotes Teach Us About the Goal-Pursuit Journey

J.C. Penney once said, “Give me a stock clerk with a goal and I’ll give you a man who will make history. Give me a man with no goals and I’ll give you a stock clerk.” The importance of goals in the workplace cannot be underestimated. Download our latest eBook to learn how to create a corporate culture where goal achievement and peak performance is the norm

Building an Intentional Company Culture

Is your CEO or head of HR taking the time to answer these critical questions?

Show Me the Vision, Not the Money

Today’s employees want to work for companies with a vision. Check out four ways to share your values throughout an employee’s lifecycle with your organization.

Everything #HR Needs to Know about HR Technology

If you’re in HR and consistently hear about APIs, SEO, SaaS, IoT and UX and need a quick refresher on what they all mean and why they’re changing the industry, look no further.

HR’s Biggest Challenges Revealed

What do you think is the biggest challenge facing HR? A new study shows that employee engagement and development are still consistent struggles.

Developing Employees’ Strengths Boosts Sales, Profit and Engagement

Focus on the right, not the wrong. New research suggests that organizations should amplify their employees’ strengths rather than trying to fix their weaknesses.

A “Strong Company Culture” Can Be a Misnomer

You’ve probably heard about the importance of creating a “strong company culture.” But is that always a good thing?

Change Management and Leadership Development Have to Mesh

If you don’t have a strong leadership team, change management is going to be a real struggle. Here’s why.

Are All Forms of Employee Engagement Beneficial?

Ring. Mat. Rifle. Gearshift. Hawk. Artist. According to one author, these are the six forms of employee engagement. How would you identify your organization’s style?

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